Robyn's Guest House

Guest House in Scarborough, Yorkshire

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139 Columbus Ravine
Scarborough
Yorkshire
England
YO12 7QZ

Robyn's Guest House, Scarborough

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Beat the doom and gloom, all prices reduced to 2007 levels, beat inflation, staying with us is very easy on your pocket and Robyn's provides not only the perfect seaside holiday venue during the summer months but also the ideal base to explore the rugged North East Coast line and the North Yorkshire Moors.

Beat the doom and gloom, all prices reduced to 2007 levels, beat inflation, staying with us is very easy on your pocket and Robyn's provides not only the perfect seaside holiday venue during the summer months but also the ideal base to explore the rugged North East Coast line and the North Yorkshire Moors. There are many pubs, clubs and restaurants offering the widest selections of foods and attractions for all ages. Scarborough has a varied and diverse selection of places to eat out.

With a culinary selection ranging from the traditional fish and chips to the finest restaurant cuisine you can be guaranteed of a great eating experience for all the family. To round the evening off, why not enjoy good entertainment at one of our cinema?s or the theatre like the Stephen Joseph Theatre, home to the world-renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn, with many of his plays premiering at the theatre, located in the centre of Scarborough the theatre also provides backstage tours, restaurant and theatre shop. With so much to do and see, you really don't know what you are missing.

The entire hotel has been tastefully decorated and refurbished to the highest standards with your comfort in mind. All bedrooms are en-suite, well equipped and offer superb value for money. PLEASE NOTE: Check In Time is from 14:00 to 18:00.

Early/Late Check In by arrangement. Check Out is by 10:00am. We are a no smoking accommodation.

We can accept pets by prior arrangement - we do not accept stag or hen parties.

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From: £56.00

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